posted on Jan, 18 2007 @ 10:14 AM
Hi Praxilla !
Well, you've had an intriguing experience!
As to the youthfulness of the voice, can say that many elderly women sometimes sound several decades younger than they actually are. I remember
speaking with a woman by phone a few years ago (I'd never seen her, just spoken to her on the phone) and for weeks I was under the impression she was
in her early 30s or thereabouts, until she revealed during conversation that she was past 80. Possibly the elderly woman who died on your shift had a
youthful sounding voice when she was alive. Or, as some claim, after death she may have reverted to the way she was during her peak, in her 20s for
Just speculating here, because there's no way to know what you actually experienced, but perhaps after death, the woman felt perfectly well and
climbed out of bed to find out why she was in a hospital. She may have wandered through corridors until she found you. Or she may have come to you
because you were the last person she saw before she died, so hoped you would explain why she was there. A habit of good manners may be the reason she
asked you how you were.
It could even be that she came to thank you before she departed.
Nice story. Did you ever speak to the woman's husband again?
If you bumped into him again, would you tell him what you experienced?